Mango Jackfruit (Aam-Kathal) Pickle 250g Jar
Mango Jackfruit (Aam-Kathal) Pickle 250g Jar
Mango Jackfruit (Aam-Kathal) Pickle 250g Jar
Mango Jackfruit (Aam-Kathal) Pickle 250g Jar
Mango Jackfruit (Aam-Kathal) Pickle 250g Jar

Mango Jackfruit (Aam-Kathal) Pickle 250g Jar

Tastes : Extremely Tangy, Medium Spicy

✔️ Homemade, Sun-Dried, Traditional Pickles of Mithilanchal in Bihar
✔️ NO Preservatives, NO Colors, NO Additives
✔️ Delivered across India in 3-7 Days
✔️ Store in a cool dry place. Use a fresh, dry spoon to take the pickle out.

Weight: 250 Grams
Rs. 299.00
More About the Pickle

A heavenly combination of Mango and Jackfruit, one of the tastiest Bihari pickles. Grated Mangoes, chunks of Jackfruit blended in rich spices and mustard oil. The right balance of spicy and tangy.

Mango Jackfruit Pickle Ingredients

include Raw Mango, Jackfruit, Mustard Oil, Turmeric, Red Chilli Powder, Coriander Powder, Cumin, Nigella Seeds, Carom Seeds, Fenugreek, Fennel Seeds, Yellow Mustard, Black Mustard, Asafoetida, Black Salt, Salt.

How we make the Mango Jackfruit Pickle:

Our aam kathal achaar recipe is inspired from the tradtional Indian recipe handed to us over generations.

  • The pickling process begins with washing, peeling, and grating the mangoes. 

  • Thereafter, the grated mangoes are kept in the mixing vessel, and salt, turmeric is added.

  • At the same time, the jackfruit is peeled and cut into small pieces, cleaned, and put out in the sun,for 8 hours, till the moisture dries up.

  • In 3-1 proportion, jackfruit chunks are mixed with the grated mangoes.

  • Once the two fruits are combined, the spices are added along with the mustard oil. After a thorough round of mixing, the pickle vessel is kept out in the sun for 5-7 days.

  • When the jackfruit softens, the pickle is ready and stored in martabaan / glass jars.

Traditional Recipes

Our recipes have been handed over by ancestors and perfected over decades of experiences

Local & Safe Ingredients

All our ingredients are typically found in Mithila. We buy them from local farmers and traders.

Dried Naturally in the Sun

Pickles spend as long as 20 days in the sun to properly absorb the Masale before they are packed.

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